Indirect speech (also reported speech or indirect discourse) is a grammatical method for communicating the content of another utterance without directly quoting it in linguistics. Jill said she was coming is an example of indirect speech, whereas Jill said "I'm coming" is an example of direct conversation.
In an indirect speech, the pronoun changes depending on whether the speaker is addressing himself or a third party. We can learn this with few examples to make it clearer: "I cannot be with you," George stated flatly. Indirect: George stated that he would be unable to accompany me.
narration is the act of speaking or writing about someone or something. In literature, it is often a story told by one person about another.
Reporting verbs such as "to ask," "to say," and "to tell" are commonly used to create indirect speech, and the word "that" is frequently used to express what was said. "My mother stated he hadn't come back in months," for example.
Ma'am has a great potential. And the way she teaches us is amazing. Thank you ma'am . I'm great ful for that.
Pradunnya Dhananjay Manmode
very interesting course in hindi language and easy to understand
It's great.the all sessions are very good and helpful for future
Wonderful scores 👌
Nitish Roshan Parida
very nice environment.This is amazing cource .We thanks to Learnvern for great concept & so many important cources given free to the students.We happy for growing learvern family